As a Citizen Science project, that actively involved citizens in the scientific process, CAPTOR is now listed in the Austrian Citizen Science Portal: Österreich forscht The portal offers access to many Citizen Science projects in Austria that cover different areas of interest. Just check it out and become a Citizen Scientist!
From 28th of August to 15th of September 2017you can visit the exhibition “Tropospheric ozone in Catalonia” in La clau (Alguersuari street) in Sant Celoni (Catalonia, Spain). The exhibition explains the ozone problem and effects, their causes and possible solutions, and the CAPTOR project of citizen science.
2th setember 12h Sant Celoni The conference will attempt to explain why strong pollution episodes are given by ground-level ozone in the Natural Park of Montseny in Catalonia (Spain), causes and possible solutions. Act jointly organized by the Coordinadora per a la Salvaguarda del Montseny, Plataforma Calidad del Aire and Ecologistas en Acción with the[…]
From 4th until 25th August, you can visit the exhibition “Ozone pollution in Catalonia”, in the municipal market of Manlleu (Catalonia, Spain). The exhibition explains the ozone problem and effects, their causes and possible solutions, and the CAPTOR project of citizen science.
Anyone who has already taken a look at the captorair.org homepage may have noticed that (e.g. in Austria) the color coding of the measuring points differs between the one-hour and eight-hour mean value. This is the result of the threshold values defined in the ozone act (OzonG) and their corresponding measuring method: Information threshold: 180[…]